News For January, 2012

T-Squared: The 2011 Stats

So much for the terrible twos. In our second full year in operation, the traffic to our site — measured by unique visitors, visits and page views — was pretty terrific.

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Bob Daemmrich

The Brief: Jan. 2, 2012

On caucus eve, the political fortunes of the two Texans running for president stand in stark contrast.

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Bob Daemmrich

The Midday Brief: Jan. 2, 2012

Your afternoon reading: Santorum accuses Paul supporters of negative robocalls; Perry calls Santorum unelectable; Perry says he's not skipping New Hampshire

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Ben Philpott

Perry Hopes for Big Night in Iowa

The Iowa caucuses are finally here. In final campaign stump speeches Monday, Gov. Rick Perry worked to convince Hawkeye State Republicans that he is the candidate who shares their values and who can beat President Obama.

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Erich Schlegel

State Bar Dismisses Bradley Misconduct Grievance

The State Bar of Texas has dismissed a grievance filed against Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley in the  case of Michael Morton, whose wrongful conviction for murder was reversed last year.

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Bob Daemmrich

The Midday Brief: Jan. 3, 2012

Your afternoon reading: Paul and Perry make last-minute appeals in Iowa; Dewhurst touts Perry's praise in new ad; Paul releases sharpest anti-Romney attack ad yet

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